Configuring CMC to Use Command Line Consoles
This section provides information about the CMC command line console (or serial/Telnet/Secure Shell console) features,
and explains how to set up the system so that you can perform systems management actions through the console. For
information about using the RACADM commands in CMC through the command line console, see
Controller for PowerEdge VRTX RACADM Command Line Reference Guide .
CMC Command Line Console Features
The CMC supports the following serial, Telnet, and SSH console features:
One serial client connection and up to four simultaneous Telnet client connections.
Up to four simultaneous Secure Shell (SSH) client connections.
RACADM command support.
Built-in connect command connecting to the serial console of servers and I/O module; also available as
Command line editing and history.
Session timeout control on all console interfaces.
CMC Command Line Interface Commands
When you connect to the CMC command line, you can enter these commands:
Table 21. CMC Command Line Commands
exit, logout, and quit
Using Telnet Console With CMC
You can have up to four Telnet sessions with CMC at a time.
RACADM commands begin with the keyword racadm,
and then followed by a subcommand. For more
Chassis Management Controller for
PowerEdge VRTX RACADM Command Line Reference
Connects to the serial console of a server or I/O module.
For more information, see
Connecting to Servers or I/O
Module Using Connect
NOTE: You can also use the connect RACADM
All the commands perform the same action. They end the
current session and return to a login commond line